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Miami Girds Up for Sea Level Rise

With sea levels predicted to rise more than three feet by the end of the century, the city of Miami is considered to be at ground zero for the effects of rising seas.

South Padre Island,  January 28, 2012

With sea levels predicted to rise more than three feet by the end of the century, the city of Miami is considered to be at ground zero for the effects of rising seas. High tides are already causing problems, and although the city is expected to spend hundreds of millions of dollars to mitigate the rise, some experts say those efforts will not be adequate. (The New Yorker)

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